The dreaded freshman 15. We've all heard of it, but don't worry, it doesn't have to come for you... what and how you eat are choices you make each and every day and we're here to help you make good ones. Don’t let yourself fall into the trap of poor eating habits when you are in college! While there are many explanations for weight gain, the biggest problem is making poor dietary choices. We are here to help you avoid these pitfalls!
It's time to celebrate!
Westfield State University’s Urban Education Program (UEP) is coming up on its fiftieth anniversary, and we want to get this party started by holding our 50th Golden Anniversary celebration at 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 17 in the Scanlon Banquet Hall. It might seem like it's a bit early to make the announcement, but this gives us a good opportunity to talk about why the UEP is so vital for our students and the impact on the community.
Each year, over 6,000 students spend time at Westfield State University. Lucky for them, the campus sits on over 250 acres of pristine New England landscape. There’s also 24 academic and administrative buildings plus 9 residence halls to spend time in. But what if students are looking to spend time off campus? Well, they won’t have to go too far.
It’s that time of year for many high school seniors. There’s just a few short months between you and graduation, and your first year of college. That means it’s time to start looking at potential schools and taking tours of different campuses. But what if there’s a great school on the other side of the country? That can make it a little hard to schedule a tour, right? Wrong. Westfield State now offers an online campus tour so you can check out the grounds and experience Westfield's campus without having to make the trip. Here’s how:
Have you ever wanted to see the world while helping to make a difference? Well, now you can while earning your degree with Westfield State University. The Peace Corps Prep program launches in the Fall 2017 Semester and is helping to promote peace, service and friendship throughout the world.
Fall is almost here and that means a whole new semester, and if you’re a first year student at Westfield State, it means an entirely new beginning. So, other than figuring out where your classes are and how to organize a dorm room, what is the “have to know” advice for incoming students? Read on to find out our top tips straight from campus.
Summer break is finally here. That means more than just a vacation; it’s a chance to start planning for your future. But what if you’re just starting your college search? Then summer is your perfect time to test out college life with a campus tour. Read on below for our tips to getting the most out of your experience.
When it comes to fostering research and technology, Westfield State is committed to staying ahead of the game. Nothing showcases that commitment quite like the brand new Dr. Nettie M. Stevens Science & Innovation Center opening May 5, 2017. Read on for more information about the Center and all of the other ways that Westfield is bringing new ideas to the community.
So, you made it! You’re in the homestretch and graduation is just around the corner. But how do you get there? And once you’re there, what happens next? Read on for our final breakdown of what to expect during and after Year Four of your Westfield State Experiecne.
Year three. You’re almost in the home stretch—you’re so close to graduation you can taste it. It can be easy to get complacent during your Third Year at college. You’ve made plenty of friends, connected with faculty and have a plan for the future. But now is not the time for rest. This is the time to make sure you're getting the most out of college! Put everything you’ve learned in the past two years to the test and go beyond any limitations you think you have. Get ready, because Year Three at Westfield State is about to break every boundary you’ve ever set.